CPCB student Brad Solomon has been awarded a Richard King Mellon Foundation Presidential Fellowship in the Life Sciences by Carnegie Mellon University for his work in computational genomics. Whith this award, Brad joins the inagural class of CMU Presidential Fellows. Brad is a member of Professor Kingsford‘s research group.
12:00 pm CPCB Seminar: Ken Chen @ POSNER HALL ROOM 153
CPCB Seminar: Ken Chen @ POSNER HALL ROOM 153
Oct 25 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Modeling single-cell copy number evolution reveals novel insight of oncogenesis Single-cell sequencing provided an unprecedented resolution to reveal genomic alterations driving oncogenesis in individual patients. Identifying these driver alterations through genome-wide association analysis requires...
12:00 pm CPCB Seminar: Elizabeth A. Heller @ POSNER HALL ROOM 153
CPCB Seminar: Elizabeth A. Heller @ POSNER HALL ROOM 153
Nov 1 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Elizabeth A Heller Assistant Professor Systems Pharmacology & Translational Therapeutics Perelman School of Medicine The University of Pennsylvania TITLE: Locus-specific neuroepigenetic editing for the study of reward pathophysiology ABSTRACT: Regulation of gene expression via stably...